Demolition work has begun  at the "Dunkin" construction site on Iron Mountain's
Stephenson Avenue
(Monday - September 13, 2021 - 20:55) - It appears that the much-anticipated construction of a Dunkin store in Iron Mountain is finally underway. One of the two residential structures that had been located on the site has now been completely demolished.

In December of last year, the Iron Mountain City Council approved a special use permit for the location, in order to allow a drive-thru facility on the property.

Emily Kettinger, Real Estate Development Manager for TMart Operations and Dairyland Operations, doing business as Dunkin and Baskin Robbins told Dickinson County News in December, that the company hoped to begin construction in the Spring.

Ms. Kettinger went on to say, "We're excited to expand our presence in the UP and we feel Iron Mountain is a great fit for our brand. We really like this proposed location because it's right along the main thoroughfare in town, is close to numerous other thriving retailers and businesses, and is in close proximity to established residential areas. We currently operate forty-two restaurants across Wisconsin, northern Minnesota, and the UP of Michgian, with commitments to open at least six more locations throughout 2021."